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VIDEO WEBINAR: Workplace Mental Health and Well-being Forum

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This is the recorded video for the 2019 SIOPA Workplace Mental Health and Well-being Forum. This webinar is exclusive for SIOPA members.

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This is the recorded video for the SIOPA event hosted on May 7 2019: Workplace Mental Health and Well-being Forum.

This webinar is exclusive for SIOPA members only; please visit https://siopa.org.au/ on how to join and our member benefits.

Purchase of a ticket will allow for access to the webinar. Please ensure you include your email address you would like the webinar link to be sent to.

This event is co-presented by the Centre of Transformative Work Design (CTWD) and WorkSafe WA (Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety)

The impact of FIFO work arrangements on mental health and wellbeing of FIFO workers has been in the spotlight over the last years. The knowledge and skills of organisational psychologists are key in leading the way and supporting stakeholders in shaping FIFO work to protect workers and enable them to thrive.

This event will give first hand insights into the findings and recommendations of the WA government’s recent research report on the impact of FIFO work arrangements on the mental health and wellbeing of workers.

About the Speakers:

Dr Laura Fruhen (Research Fellow, Centre for Transformative Work Design)

Dr Laura Fruhen is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Transformative Work Design at Curtin University. Laura studied psychology at the Justus-Liebig-Universität in Giessen, Germany and received her PhD from University of Aberdeen in the UK in 2012. Laura’s work considers human behaviour from a macro perspective with research focusing on the wider systems in which humans operate, including organisational culture, leadership and work design. Laura has lead a comprehensive WA Government research project on FIFO worker mental health and wellbeing, which was published last year. 

Justine McGillivray (Organisational Psychologist and Senior Inspector/Scientific Officer, WorkSafe WA)

Justine McGillivray is an Organisational Psychologist, working for the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety within the Human Factors and Ergonomics team at WorkSafe as a Senior Inspector/Scientific Officer. Justine administers the WA Occupational Safety Health 1984, with a particular focus on psychosocial hazards, through the provision of guidance  and enforcement activities. Justine is on the project team that developed the Code of Practice on Mentally Healthy Workplaces for Fly-in Fly-Out (FIFO) Workers in the Resources and Construction Sectors.  

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SIOPA is an independent and incorporated association with a purpose to create growth, supervision and professional development opportunities for Organisational Psychologists and related disciplines in Australia. 

SIOPA is an inclusive industry group designed to engage not just Organisational Psychologists but related disciplines such as Human Resources, Organisational Development/Capability, Recruitment, Business Psychologists, Registered Psychologists, students etc. SIOPA offers its members an engaging and informative website, regular CPD and networking events, supervision opportunities and a growing network to advocate, support and connect our community. 

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